"It was such flawless timing: Ken just jumped from the stage to help", Heather Holmberg said.
During a performance at the Stand Up Live Comedy Club on Saturday night in Phoenix, actor Ken Jeong left the stage mid-set to assist an audience member who suffered a seizure during the show, according to multiple reports. Ken thinks its heckling, when people are asking for his help.
If one has to require medical attention during a live show, Jeong's show is a safe bet as the actor began his career as a real-life doctor. As Jeong looked after her, an EMT who had been watching the show came over to help until paramedics arrive. The woman was taken to an area hospital and there was no immediate word on her identity or condition, reported Fox.
"He couldn't see what was going on with the lights".
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Jeong has appeared in "The Hangover" movie franchise and TV's "Dr. Ken" and "Community". We need you!' He realized there was an issue, and he came over. "He was playing with them from the stage for a second", Holmberg continued.
He assisted the woman until an ambulance arrived, USA Today said, then returned to the stage and finished his routine. He graduated from Duke University in 1990 and obtained his M.D.at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Medicine in 1995.
"And he was brilliant", Holmberg says.